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Sun Time Lapse

Watch a 10-Year Time Lapse of the sun (it takes an hour, but you don’t have to watch it all)

As of June 2020, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory – SDO – has now been watching the Sun non-stop for over a full decade. From its orbit in space around Earth, SDO has gathered 425 million high-resolution images of the Sun, amassing 20 million gigabytes of data over the past 10 years. This information has enabled countless new discoveries about the workings of our closest star and how it influences the solar system.

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Coding as part of your career

Coding as Part of Your Career

Coding is increasingly becoming a skill needed for modern scientists to maximise their ability to analyse data. You’ve got to start somewhere, and this Nature Careers webinar is a good place to have a first look (nb: you will need to register for the webinar to be able to access the recording)

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Evolution in the depths

Evolution in the depths

Great visualisation that provides examples of life at different ocean depths. Keep diving to find the ‘Headless Chicken Fish’ and the ‘Flabby Whalefish’.

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Read about time management

Read About Time Management

It is all too easy to fill our days with meetings and other small tasks that leave only small gaps for the serious work. It is important to create time and space for hard tasks.

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